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>> abc7 news starts right now with breaking news. >> the breaking news is the san jose police arrest two juvenile following this destructive accident after a car rammed into a san jose home, injures a hour and her daughter the result of teens engaging in illegal and potentially deadly street racing. good morning, police just wrapped up a news conference saying that juveniles remain arrested for reckless driving and high speed. neighbors say this is just the latest incident. this crash happened on lee avenue around the corner from lee high school. abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield is at the scene in west san jose. amy? >> news comes as a relief to people who live here. they want something done. a woman told us she has seen the drivers before speeding and driving out of space control. neighbors are devastating this happened, of course. there are some flowers a woman just left for the family for when they are able to return to the home. devastated here, yes, but they say they are not surprised. >> people living on or near lee avenue in san jose say it was a matter of "when" a ter
.com/abc 7 news and stay with abc7 news for the latest developments on the bombings. our news reporter and anchor will join us live from boston with a slide show with the most touching images and moments of courage on the web site abc7news.com. >> happening now san francisco authorities are on the look out for one escapee from a juvenile facility. officials say there was a break out at 10:00 at the youth guidance center. officers searched throughout the night. they have not released any information on the escape or the inmate now loose. >> all lanes are clear now on highway 101 through marin county after a man walking on a highway was hit and killed. the elderly man was struck by two cars in san rafael near the north san pedro road junction at 8:30 and c.h.p. says he was walking on the freeway and stepped out in front of a car for some reason. a second car also hit the man but took off. a driver of the first scene arrived until the paramedics arrived and no word on their identity. >> five teens are weighing up in jail for gunning down an off-duty paramedic in the oakland hills. the arr
temperature to take part in a prayer vigil for the victims. >> there is encouraging news for the family of a martinez boy injured in the explosions. friends and neighbors are coming together to help raise money for the family to deal with their expenses. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard has more. >> it is amazing the love and support that martinez is showing for the 11-year-old aaron hern and the family. custody no different, mountain mike's pizza will raise money to help the family with their expenses. 11-year-old aaron hern was waiting to his mom at finish line at the boston marathon and one of the bombs went off. shrapnel from the blast tore into his thigh, he remains hospitalized at children's hospital. friends and complete strangers have been organizing fundraisers for the family. last night, rocks on main raised $4,000 offering a pasta dinner for the family at $5 a plate. the owners' grandchild go to school with aaron hern. >> i go on facebook and talk about my specials of the day and this hits so close to home. >> they are great neighbors as seen by everything that has taken pl
but that is not confirmed by abc7 news. the grieving continues in boston with president obama and the first lady heading here tomorrow for a memorial in on of victims. >> thank you. the bay area boy injured in the boston bombing is involving from a new round of surgery today. the 11-year-old aaron hern was there to cheer on his mother running in the marathon. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard is in martin news. >> the community is rallying behind his family. >> it is amazing the love and support that martinez is showing for the 11-year-old aaron hern who is recovering at this hour in boston. this restaurant, one of three restaurants holding fundraisers for his family, i spoke with a family friend in boston who use aaron hern is making a strong recovery. >> aaron hern is making a good recovery after a traumatic 24 hours. family friend spoke to us by phone from boston. >> when he wakes up, he wants to know how the family s. >> the doctors at boston children's hospital will remove a breathing tube that prevented him from speaking. he is using an eye pad to communicate. >> he is a healthy strong boy. he is
tell nbc news they believe the north can put a nuclear weapon on a missile, that they have missiles, deliverable nukes, but not ones that could go more than 1,000 miles and reach the united states or south asia. but south korea and u.s. forces there would be in range. and today the north severed a crucial tie with the south, turning away trucks and workers from the kaesong industrial park. a rare joint effort inside north korea that until now had been allowed to continue. in seoul where people tried to shrug off the crisis, there are deep concerns. polls say two-thirds of south koreans want this country to have nuclear weapons. but that would spark an immediate crisis with the north and the risk of nuclear proliferation across asia. secretary of state kerry coming here next week is already sending a message. >> the last thing the world needs is more nuclear nations. >> reporter: but south koreans worry about the new young leader in the north. north korea can't realize its threat to attack the mainland united states with a nuclear weapon, but does have more capacity than u.s. officia
. >> explaining whthe british prime minister evokes strong feelings even after she's gone. >> and new hope taking root, anna werner introduces us to the those bringing the fire rife aged lost pines of texas back to life. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> good evening, i'm jim axelrod with a west coast edition of the broadcast. for the last month they've been looking for kor killers of three people including two prosecutors in kaufman, texas. about 30 miles southeast of dallas. in the last 72 hours the search for clues has narrowed it to two locations and apparently one man. we have two reports tonight beginning with manual bojorquez. >> investigators search the storage facility saturday about 10 miles from where the murders happened. they pulled a white crown victoria from one unit. also multiple guns, ballistic tests are being done on the weapons to see if they are connected to the murders. just a day before the search focused on the kaufman, texas, home of a man who knew the victims. eric williams. williams is a former kaufman county justice of the peace. he was fir
, almost arrogant. linda and irin, thank you. >> thank you. >>> on the road again. president obama's new plan for taking back the house. so nancy pelosi can be boss again. plus, the texas murder mystery. who is behind the murders of two prosecutors? is a white supremacist group leaked. and we have the story of the day. 45 years after his death, we have martin luther king, junior. his son joins us live. stay with us. if rz welcome to the new new york state. what's the "new" in the new new york? a new property tax cap... and the lowest middle class income tax rate in 60 years... and a billion dollars in tax breaks and incentives. new opportunities for business. over 250,000 new private sector jobs were created over the last two years. and 17 straight months of job growth. with the most private sector jobs ever. lower taxes, new incentives, new jobs, now that's news. to grow or start your business in the new new york visit thenewny.com by the armful? by the barrelful? the carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight.
, and with the -- and potentially with the new south korean president as well, how would they go about that? souths annual u.s. and korean military exercise will come to an end in it next couple of weeks. probably, the north koreans will claim a victory for that happening and there will probably be the test firing of bemis file. bear in mind, these are not new missiles. these are liquid fuel and we would know the second that they take off that they're going to splash into the ocean or headed somewhere else. probably the misfiring of a missile -- test firing of a missile or something similar. but it is hard to say that with any certainty. the leaking that is certain is that kim jong-un is not a reformer as some are suggesting. kristie you think there's any chance on the horizon of ma'at -- >> do you think there's any chance on the horizon of more talks? >> i do not see that in the immediate future right now. the north can't -- north koreans seem to have abrogated everything they're going to. there have been years on the plutonium plant that we spent so much time trying to get disabled. all eyes will be there
. >>> we have new information about the condition of victims from the bombing. >>> and at the peninsular crews right now are battling a house fire in san mateo these are live pictures. >>> we are live at the international airport where construction may soon begin on the international terminal and why it may soon provide an economic boost for the city. >>> good morning, thank you for waking up with us, i am pam cook. >> steve is ready, he knows all about the weather. >> it is warming up? >> yes, and we have clear skies and in the mid-50s and there is enough of a breeze which means it will be sunny and warmer, here is sal. >>> we are looking at 880, and the backup never did get to the coliseum which is good news and they cleared that stalled bus and traffic looking at the brid traffic is clear let's go back to the desk. >>> a haywood woman was shot while sleeping in her bed. it happened in the area of flag street right near the haywood bart station. officers quickly blocked off the area with crime tape. they say somebody fired into the home and through the window and the victim was a woman
>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> are you okay? i can hear. >> deafening explosion and fire caught on video posted to youtube. the power of the blast leveled buildings in a flat five block radius leaving behind acene destruction and devastation. the a.t.f. has been activated to lead the inveigion into the explosion. a vast area is being treat at crime scene right now. the latest casualty count teen five and 15 people dead. abc7 news reporter is there with the latest. >> an entire portion of west, texas, is gone after two explosions in 24 minutes of each other. emergency crews continue to go door-to-door search. >> at dinner time a massive explosion shattered the town through a town of 2,hull. the fertilizer plant ignited like a fireball with a mushroom cloud smoke rising. this afternoon, rain is easing concerns that the deadly chemical is being spread bit winds. >> the weather did help us in some aspects with the chemical part of the fire. obviously that is keeping the chemicals out of the environment. >> officials do not know how many people
>>> good friday morning. coming up on "early today" a new twist in the boston bombing case. how new york might have been a target. what congress is doing to ease those massive travel delays brought on by faa furloughs and the sequester. >>> syria using chemical weapons in its civil war and what the white house may do in response. >>> five living presidents share a stage. >>> first rounds picks of the nfl draft. >>> and "boston" magazine's inspirational tribute. "early today" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "early today" for friday, april 26th, 2013. >>> very good morning to you. i'm richard lui. just this last hour we're told the surviving suspect in the boston bombings has been moved from a hospital to a prison in massachusetts. dzhokhar tsarnaev is being held at a facility for inmates with medical issues. the 19-year-old has been recovering from a gunshot wound to the throat. meanwhile, the boston marathon was just the first target on the tsarnaev brothers terror hit list. dzhokhar tsarnaev told investigators they planned an attack in new york's times square. justice corre
@megyn kelly. >> shepard: the news begins anew on studio b, live today in a special edition from new jersey. we'll spend much of the hour of recovery efforts in new york and new jersey from superstorm sandy. first, killer guns down another prosecutor in the state of texas. the d.a. and his wife murder it at home. the second lawman killed in one texas town in just the past few months. north korea reporting it's at a state of war with south korea. now the united states has sent stealth fighter jets to the region in a show of military might. the dram dramatic story of the louisville basketball player who dramatically broke his leg on the here laughs night. the horrific scene as it played out live on tv. he says it was all worthwhile. that and the young man's courage and the team that follows him, ahead, unless breaking news changes everything on "studio b." >> but first, at we're live at the boardwalk. over my shoulder, the roller coaster still in the atlantic. six months after superstorm sandy batter the shoreline and changed the lives of families up and down the eastern coast. now folks are keep
and condition has not been released. we are live in napa this morning for abc7 news. >> it is 6:03 and developing news in oakland where police are senatorring for a man who shot from a car and hit an off-duty paramedic in the head the family and co-workers identified the victim as quinn boyer. he is in critical condition. the shooting happened before noon yesterday on keller avenue in oakland. witnesses say a man in a brown car opened fire on quinn boyer's car and his car lost control, slammed into a median, went over a ravine. video from sky 7 shows where he landed. police are not sure what prompted the shooting. abc7 news reporter will have more to about 30 minutes. >> police are trying to democrat how a man died at body was found in a church parking lot. the 39-year-old's body was discovered in the church parking lot around 5:30 yesterday evening. the man had been reported missing monday afternoon. police are waiting for the results of the autopsy but they say this is no reason at this point to suspect foul play. >> new this morning, new information about how much it will cos
and that makes them vulnerable including the youngest and most promising. nick schifrin, abc new, london. >>> there are serious concerns about a new strain of the bird flu virus. the outbreak centers on eastern china where poultry markets have been closed down. the birds inside being slaughtered. so far, 21 people have gotten sick. six people have died. the biggest concern if the virus mutates again and is able to pass from person to person we would have no natural immunity and no vaccine yet to fight it. >>> to the simmering tensions on the korean peninsula. chairman of the joint chiefs says the pentagon has beefed up missile defenses and taken steps in response to north korea's threats. general martin dempsey says he doesn't see the north acting on those threats, but at this point, he can't take any chances. with more here is abc's lama zach in seoul. >> reporter: this new video released by a pro-north korean group shows what looks like the white house under attack. the text on the screen claims hollywood made this movie showing the north destroying the enemy. it has been days since u.
beach library. next month in this very community will open to new bay view library. thank you lewis herself are a listen ran of the year for 2012. thank you for making our libraries a truly assessable resource for all the families in san francisco. and under the innovative and in partnership with so many park advocates san francisco parks are among the best in the nation thanks to a $100 million from prop e including all those parks along our water front and thanks again to the voters. we're finally replacing our public streets. dp w about pave it's 1 it had street. and when we're through talk to mahammod about your favorite street. and the new center will provide 1 hundred new hotel rooms and 12 acres of open space with the transit tower at its center piece. along the waterfront the mixed use development with the san francisco giants at c-3 lot will create vibrant new neighborhoods. and in less than 5 years we'll workman's compensation the golden state wares. a crumpling appear for parked cars will be transformed into a new arena bringing people closer to the waterfront and creatin
then after that, wm up ll ght. >>> "nbc niy news" next.en mloci >>> onhis saturday night, turning point. hinaelp the u.s. nort a to b wn as the world anticipates the regime's next move? tonight, andrea mitchell reports from beijing. >>> miracle at sea. jet liner crashes and breaks in two, everyone on board survives. >>> fight over guns, on the streets and on capitol hill. an emotional plea from a newtown mother as another republican senator comes out in support of expanded background checks. >>> and the legacy of a pioneering american athlete. our look at the new film about the life and times of jackie robinson. >>> hello, everyone. as we come on the air this evening in the u.s., dawn has broken on another new day in north korea. and the world braces once again for the test of a north korean medium range missile that we have been expecting all week. but in an important new development tonight, china has agreed to step in the middle to try to reign in north korea's threats and ambitions. john kerry has been hopscotching across asia in an effort to dial back tensions. andrea mitchel
>> here's what's coming up on this edition of "teen kids news"... >> want to do some volunteer work but don't know where to begin? i'll show you how to get the ball rolling. >> when is a game more than a game? when it can help you recover from a concussion. >> i'll tell you about a camp activity that really rocks. >> i'll tell you where to find the biggest maker of magic tricks in the u.s. abracadabra! coming up on "flag facts." >> i'll tell you why visitors are dancing in the streets at universal orlando. >> and i'll report on a salute to the movies like you've never seen before. we'll have team coverage from... >> ...sunny florida, coming up. >> all that and more, next, on "teen kids news." >> welcome to "teen kids news." i'm mwanzaa. >> and i'm livia. here's this week's top story. >> there's a way you can combine a good time with a good cause. in fact, an organization is standing by to support you. it's called "generation on," and emily has the story. >> lots of teens want to do community service, but getting started can be a challenge. that's where generation on comes in. >> gen
(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. next at 11. developing news in the town of valley springs. where a 9 year old girl was stabbed to death in her own home by an intruder. the latest on the investigation.and the manhunt for the killer. plus we're learning more about the mother -- donrita henderson-- who was killed in front of her 4 year old child this week. her best friend shares the last time she heard from henderson just hours before her death. that's next at 11. developing news out of the central valley. a neighborhood is on edge. after a 9 year old girl was stabbed to death in her own home. it happened in valley springs which is 115 miles from san francisco. kron4's philippe djegal joins us live with the latest on the manhunt for killer. developing news out of the town of valley springs. the neighborhood is on edge. after a 9 year old girl was stabbed to death in her own home. police are on a manhunt for the suspect who they say is considered armed and dangerous. right now they're urging residents in the area to lock their doors. valley s
morning news" for tuesday, april 30th, 2013. >>> good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm vinita nair. jason collins said if he had it his way, someone else would have been the first athlete in a u.s. professional sport to come out as gay. collins, a veteran of 12 seasons in the nba, disclosed he was gay in an article yesterday. he said he had gone to enormous lengths to live a lie. collins is a free agent and says he wants to continue playing and as tara mergener reports, he's receiving support from the hardwood to the white house. >> reporter: nba veteran jason collins opened a lot of eyes when he wrote these words in a "sports illustrated" article. i'm a 34 a-year-old nba center. i'm black and i'm gay and with one sentence he became the first openly gay professional athlete in a major american sport. >> all it takes is one brave person to stand forward and say i'm gay and that's going to open a door for a lot of other people. >> reporter: collins writes he made the decision to come out because he was tired of living a lie. it takes an enormous amount of energy to guard such a big s
>> there is a new deal and the mayor said she is grateful to the governor for lending the state officers to help her city, the c.h.p. is already helping the city of oakland with extra patrols but now they have agreed to extend the contract and give even more help. they patrolled two days a week and now they increase that four oakland asked for help when the contract with the sheriff ended over the weekend and the sheriff deputied were patrolling with oakland police and the two agencies could not agree on terms for a new contract. for example, one of the officers, the deputies, was shot in the foot while patrolling oakland and the two sides could not agree on who should pay for the health care and the workers' compensation. with the sheriff deputied gone, and with the oakland police department facing a shortage officers with violent crime rising police had to turn to c.h.p. the mayor's office has not said how much they will pay c.h.p. but it will have to be approved before the city council and it goes before the council in a couple of weeks. >> and now the boston bombings investi
are still boarded up. new information on the suspects. the older brother, tamerlan tsarnaev, but two fireworks kits in february but they did not contain enough gunpowder to detonate the boston bombing. zach dark is saying the two planned the attacks without help from an outside group. you are seeing the boat, dzhokhar tsarnaev was discovered in the boat and the boat owner talking with the affiliate in boston. he was very emotional. >> the people than killed...can get some...whew...in many ways ...they are not at peace. >> according to the new york daily news people have donated $10,000 to buy him a new boat but he is saying the money is better spent on victims' charities. one victim, m.i.t. police officer collier will have a memorial service this morning with vice president biden and his wife will be there and m.i.t. has canceled classes today. in the wake of the bombings and a foiled railway attack bart will review safety protocols to protect passengers here according to the "san francisco examiner" they plan to talk about new communications strategies and training programs and impr
.s. homeowners. february home prices climbed the most in seven years! that is according to a new report from corelogic. they soared 10.2% from a year ago. pretty good. only four of the country's 100 largest metro areas did not see prices rise. also making money, investors going short on oil futures. oil saw its steepest one-day decline since november of last year. rising inventories and poor economic data fueled the selloff. crude settled down nearly 3% at 94.45 a barrel. you know who is not making money today? carnival cruises. the infamous triumph cruise ship broken loose from its moorings in an alabama shipyard. carnival said the triumph drift understood another cargo vessel and the ship's stern is damaged investors not looking timely on the news. carnival shares closed down 1.7%. even when they say it is a not it is always about money. melissa: we are starting tonight with president obama's new push for banks to make more mortgage loans to people with weaker credit. the president is hoping this will stimulate the economy but by just about all accounts the housing market actually seems to
news. >> all right, mike. thank you. and tavon white pleaded not guilty in federal court yesterday. new at 6:00, hear a retired correctional officer's take on the scandal. well, right now, we are following some breaking news. news of a stabbing near lexing lexington market. sky eye chopper 13 is over the scene. captain jeff long with more for us tonight. captain jeff? >> reporter: mary, the police tape is up. this stabbing took place at about a quarter to 5:00 this evening. and we're -- we have no information on the condition of the victim. but we do know that homicide has not been called in. this is right in front of lexington market west, on lexington street, at paca street. reporting live from sky eye chopper 13, i'm captain jeff long. >> wjz is continuing to gather information from the scene. we'll have an update later in this newscast at 6:00. >>> now to the marathon bombing investigation. there is new focus on the wideo of the suspect, tamerlan tsarnaev. investigators say they found female dna on a fragment of the pressure cooker bombs used in the attack. prosecutors say a lab tes
guns away from schools and madmen. president obama announcing a big new plan, a big, ambitious sign tifb project that can change medicine, could frankly change the world if it works. are we the kind of country that does stuff like that anymore? can we be that kind of country again? like i said, there's lots in motion in today's news, but we begin with scandal. good old fashioned bribery, scandal. complete with politicians in handcuffs and envelopes of cash being passed in parked cars and wiretaps. sometimes, politics is really just an episode of "the sopranos." the easiest place to start is the 2012 election in new york state. kind of a weird one in new york state. you know that the governor of new york state is a democrat and a very popular one. andrew cuomo. he was not on the ballot in 2012. he had been elected in 2010. election night 2010, everything else in the country went republican, but that race was blue by 30 points. then in 2012, andrew cuomo's not on the ballot. the only statewide races with were the presidential race, in which obama beat his opponent by 27 points. one of
with breaking news overseas. we go to brand-new pictures. a lion airline over shot the runway in bali. it was coming from indonesia. there were 101 passengers and seven crew members onboard when it went into the water. we don't know what caused the plane to miss the runway. >> 107 people onboard, lion air flight from west java to bali, and here is the good news. no fatalities. in the pictures you can see the emergency slides deployed at the front of the plane and you see the ryellow rafts here, and we heard about 50 people on the plane have been sent to the hospitals, and we don't know the severity of the injuries and we are still working on that. but everybody survived. >> let's show you animation of what happened at the bali international airport. you can see the plane going over the runway -- >> go ahead, victor. takeover. >> we are waiting word on the cause for the crash. that may come over on the next few minutes and hours. lion air is one of the largest carriers in indonesia. >> these are really dramatic pictures, aren't they? you can see passengers on the wings of the aircraft.
news. >>> chemical fires are some of the very hardest to fight. nbc bay area's bob redell just spoke with a fire chief on the peninsula who has experience with these particular fires. he joins us live from the newsroom. it's possible that one can make the situation worse when fighting a chemical blast. >> you are correct, especially considering the chemical involved in yesterday's fire. turns out, it doesn't react well at all with father, which is obviously what firefighters were relying on to put out the flames. menlo park fire chief who's talked about the texas city fertilizer explosion that killed hundreds in the 1940s believes yesterday's disaster will become another one for the textbooks. he has questions about how firefighters responded to the fire. >> did they make it better or worse? >> reporter: that plant reportedly stored tens of thousands of pounds of a type of ammonia, extremely flammable and explosive when exposed to water. >> with that type of ammonia, if you add water, it's going to expand to a large, white vapor cloud. did that create a different problem for them tha
this case should be commended for their efforts. >> reporter: court documents also contain new details about thursday night's carjacking. the fbi says surveillance pictures show dzhokhar and tamerlan tsarnaev at a gas station in cambridge where they drove with the owner of the suv they carjacked. one of them, investigators say, began the carjacking by pointing a gun at the driver and saying, "did you hear about the boston explosion? i did that." the carjacker showed the driver that he had bullets in his gun according to the fbi and said, "i'm serious." at the scene of the shootout in watertown where tamerlan tsarnaev was killed, other explosive devices were also found. in an interview for "dateline" nbc, the boston police commissioner says that's one reason he thinks the brothers planned other attacks. >> we had to step over some unexploded devices that they threw at the officers. and i can only understand from that that they had other targets. they were going other places. >> that was nbc's pete williams. thank you so much. >>> today members of the house will get a top-secret briefing on th
. quite a story. >> absolutely, thank you. have a good day. >> stay with abc7 news for continuing coverage on the boston bombings. we have the latest on our website at abc7news.com and you can get instant updates around the clock by following us on twitter@abcnewsbayarea. >> sigh before attack hit the largest media organizations, sending the storm plunging at the associated press. they said president obama was injured. the account was suspended and the dow plunged after the tweet by 130 points before quickly rebounding on word that it was a hacking. >> a man arrested in canada on suspicion of planning to attack a passenger train traveling from the united states to canada, made the first court appearance. the 35-year-old did not enter a plea during the brief appearance in toronto, and the other suspect will appear before a judge if montreal tomorrow. law enforcement officials say the suspects intended to plant bombs to destroy the tracks, derailing the canadian trains which partners with amtrak to provide service between canada and new york. it is the first plot tied to al qaeda to target c
>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. a carjacking and kidnapping in the north bay, ahead, the warning from the suspect's mother just before the terrorizing crime. >> only on abc7 news jason collins gives the first interview to "good morning america" and what he says led him to reveal he is gay. >> the search for the person would killed an 8-year-old girl continues in rural calaveras county. thanks positive joining us on this tuesday. >> and we have the warm and dry and then the wind. >> this evening we will need to be concerned about the wind advisory. until then, early today toward the evening, right now it is dry on live doppler 7 hd and we will start around the bay where we will have a color will sunrise because of high clouds and the cold front, 54 degrees and mild and sunny and 70 at noon and 75 at 4:00, and 69 and then breezy at 7:00. inland neighbors we have a passing cloud and 55 the next hour. a lot of sunshine and warmer at noon and 86 in the afternoon, and dropping back to the mid-70's. at the coast we will have limited cloud cover and 5
>> abc7 news starts right now with live breaking news. >> that breaking news is happening in lafayette where a police officer shot and wound add man in a normally quiet neighborhood. >> good morning, i am eric thomas here for kristen sze. the wounded man is hospitalized and the sheriff tries to put together what led to the incident. it happened at 7:00 a.m., on woodview drive. katie marzullo joins us with the story. katie? >> this is a great neighborhood, big million dollar homes, quiet families live here but this morning at 7:00 a.m., shocking violence rang out at a home just around the corner from where we are standing at the crime scene. police say officers were called to the home just after 7:00 a.m. and two officers arrived on the scene. the shots rang out shortly after that. a man was wounded. he lives in the home. that is all we know officially at this point. neighbors heard at least two or three shots. the man is in surgery at the medical center and is expected to survive. the police chief wrapped up a news conference says this began with several 9-1-1 calls but in
the volatility means for business and your money. >> changing times for the news industry is the printed word history. a ceo with experience says newspapers are good business in the digital world. and "on the money" begins right now! >>> here is a look at what is making news, a new week on the money. we learn more about the boston bombing and investigation and wild ride taking place on wall street. all three major averages starting with the worst one day decline of year followed by more declines as investors worry about a selloff in commodities and weaker economic reports. the worst week of 12013 this week. wall street's headline. busy week of earnings season. 80 companies in the s & p, reported their first quarter. many beating expectations, showing slim growth. >>> ibm and intel fell short. microsoft, google and yahoo! topped expectations. bank of america well fell short of estimates. yet were hyigher than a year earlier. is apple losing its shine? the tech bellwether dipped below $400 a share this week. seven months after hitting a record high of above $700 a share. concerns that product s
and these residence inns are extremely alarmed. reporting live kron 4 news terisa estacio the residences, are extremely alarmed --. >> want to give you an up close look at some aerial video. showing how and where this incident unfolded. this video courtesy of our helicopter partnership with abc-7 news. almost into this backyard.coming to a stop just feet from this fence. a man is shot by police outside a home in a quiet east bay suburb. this person turned onto keller. there were shots fired. and the victim's car with shots fired. investigators are combing the scene to try to find exactly what happened. this car went across keller and all the way down this embankment you can see the working crews are round it and did almost went over that fence into a neighbor's yard. this is another view that tree. it looks like it hit that tree. you can see it looks like a bullet hole this victim is fighting for his life after being shot and careening down an embankment. i >> pam: the man is shot by police outside a home in a quiet east bay suburb investigators tell kron4's haaziq madyun the shooting wa
. ♪ >>> this is bay area news at 7:00. >> good evening , it's tuesday, april 9th. i am gastonia -- taking part in an exercise, one man died at the scene. the top story at 7:00, the shooting happened at virginia. the training are trying to turn their lives around. >> reporter: men and women in richmond stands in shocked of a shooting death of a man who just started to turn his life around >> this guy comes along and gets out the car and shoots this guy. >> she and about 20 years from richmond running around the neighborhood, when a man started shooting from a white suv >> when we got to close to 28th street, i heard pow pow and the other young men that was in front of me turned around and they start running the other way and i got behind the car. >> richmond richmond police say they received several 911 calls. two men were wounded and anothed . >> i had close contact with the young man. >> antwon says the -- hoping to become a better citizen and a better person. the group connected him to richmond. >> families trying to save lives and you know to change their lives and something like
it's 1 it had street. and when we're through talk to mahammod about your favorite street. and the new center will provide 1 hundred new hotel rooms and 12 acres of open space with the transit tower at its center piece. along the waterfront the mixed use development with the san francisco giants at c-3 lot will create vibrant new neighborhoods. and in less than 5 years we'll workman's compensation the golden state wares. a crumpling appear for parked cars will be transformed into a new arena bringing people closer to the waterfront and creating good jobs and year-round jobs. it will a be a short walk along the waterfront. leakage those kinds of opportunities attacking on a mba france should i say and privately finance and building a new facility on your water front only come once in a lifetime. we have a obligation to always put our people first and we must have the best opportunity for building all the facilities we need. i think that we have looerdz who are attentive to the neighbors and the public. well this is a partisanship that's meant to last. i look forward to doing this right.
" beginning right now. >> i'm christine romans in flork. we begin with breaking news. two fuel barges on fire this morning after a mass i've explosion. it all happened in mobile bay, alabama. the explosion and the fire still burning so intense firefighters have set up a one-mile safety radius. firefighters at this hour unable at this point to get near the flames. the first explosion happening just before 11:00 eastern followed by at least five more and heard up to 20 miles away. the barges are reportedly loaded with gasoline. and that's why it's keeping the fire going at this point. firefighters, the fire so fierce, firefighters can't get in there to fight it. three people have been rushed to the hospital suffering from severe burns. they're in critical condition. we're learning this morning the flames are finally starting to die down but firefighters say they will wait until daylight to get a better look at what can be done. ironically, all of this happening at the same facility where the crippled carnival triumph is docked. the cruise ship under repair, of course, after an engine fire left
. >> this is bay area news at 7:00. >> this is bay area news at 7. we have new information at this hour where authorities on the look up for a possible kidnapping suspect, the developing news from amber lee, she's live on pittsburgh where a 2-year-old being grabbed in the front yard >> reporter: neighbors tell me the 2-year-old was snatched right when she was playing in front of her home here located at the snow flakes way and rain drop circle. police will only say at 1:45 this afternoon ahite man grabbed the 2-year-old and left the scene on foot he did not left far and left the child close by. the suspect may have been scared off by a person calle by seeing what was happening. this community is shaken and stunned but grateful for the child's safe return. >> it is honestly appalling, just disgusting that another human being would do this to a kid. honestly there is no word to describe how angry you feel and how you just want to catch the guy that has the audacity to take the kid in the middle of the day. >> to add to the confusion a man took off running and damaging the fence when police arr
>>> this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, april 29th, 2013. >>> good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm vinita nair. we begin this morning into the investigation of the boston marathon bombings. investigators are still trying to determine if the suspects acted alone. the chairman of the house intelligence committee, chairman mike rogers, says persons of interest are being sought, meanwhile the mother is coming under close scrutiny. during a wiretapped phone conversation with her older son, she's heard discussing jihad. ines ferre reports. >> reporter: lawmakers are questioning whether the boston bombing suspects may have had training from terrorists. the chairman of the homeland security system says the tsarnaev brothers used weapons similar to pakistan, afghanistan, and india. >> the experts agree there was someone who did train these two individuals. the question is where is that trainer or trainers? are they overseas in the chechen region or are they the in the united states? >> reporter: the fbi interviewed tamerlan tsarnaev in 2011 after russian authorities warned he might be a threat, bu
(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. at eleven. the concerts and festivities planned for the upcoming america's cup. have some san francisco residents anticipating issues with noise. now the move to find a compromise. a car plows into a ravine in the oakland hills. it turns out the driver had been shot. we udate the investigation and condition of the victim. breaking news tonight out of the north bay. police in napa are investigating an officer- involved shooting. it happened tonight around 8 o'clock on kansas street near a home depot. police are not releasing much information, but we do know, officers fired on a suspect. and that person was transported to the hospital. no officers were injured. new at 11. the america's cup will be a huge series of events beginning in just a few weeks. with thousands of people expected along san francisco's waterfront and nearby neighborhoods. tonight, in a vocal meeting with the organizers, residents wanted assurances in the lead up to the festivities. that their concerns are on the table and being addressed.
is suffering a loss. we will discuss his life and legacy later in the show. first very big news you may have missed. signs of a new front opening up in the battle being fought by this country's lowest paid workers. hundreds of fast-food workers went on strike in new york city, many walking out for higher wages and in some cases the right to unionize. one in brooklyn was forced to open its doors late to open the strike. twice as many workers participated this time around. you might look at this and say, oh, that's a rally. 400 people. no big deal. let me tell you why this is remarkable. think about this a second. put yourself in the shoes of someone if you're not in the shoes of those already, put yourself in the shoes of someone making minimum wage. for instance, gregory, who participated in the strike and spoke to the "new york times." he is a driver for domino's and has a 3-year-old daughter to support and makes $7.25 an hour. he said it is not possible to support a family, we are surviving. life in new york city at $7.25 an hour is life in a boat with a hole that keeps getting bigger. you
to "hit the road" for now. >> next, neighbors at an east bay community have a new crime-fighting crime if police do not catch you, the camera will. >> exploring the wonders of the new exploritorium, a look at a major new points that -- that mixes science and arts. >> is microsoft ready to unveil the next generation xbox? the new system will require a constant intent connection and cost $500. >> the htc1, a new droid smartphone features a 4.7" screen and 5 mega pixel camera. the phone offers a lot but will it compete with the upcoming samsung galaxy s4? >> wait. this is a great phone. you will not regret buying it but you should get a comparison between the two hottest droid phones. >> it will retail for $200 with a two-year >> san rafael, south bay, pleasanton and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> we have a quieter morning this tuesday. here is a live look at downtown san francisco from the sue -- sutro tower camera. we do have wind advisories that leyla gulen is tracking on the bridges. we will check with mike nicco coming up. >> we may soon find out why the steel rods on the ba
>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. good morning, everyone, i am katie marzullo here for kristen sze this morning. we begin with developing news. chevron has released a report into the cause of the refinery fire. the company admits the august leak that led to the fire was caused by corrosion that damaged a steel pipe. they say the damage was not appropriately documented in inspections in 2002 and 2011. the report also says fire teams did not recognize the risk of rupture and ignition when the leak was first discovered. chevron is not implemented new procedures to prevent -- they now are, including enhancing inspection procedures, trentening communications, reviewing training programs and implemented new protocol for evaluating leaks. >> a somber morning at san lorenzo high school after a classmate was hit and killed by a train during an ill fated game of chicken. abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield is at the scene of the accident near the school. amy hollyfield? >> the principal is dealing with traumaized students saying they have placed decorations around
: appearing on seven news programs today, including two spanish networks, republican senator marco rubio aggressively pushed the bipartisan immigration reform plan. >> what we have in place today, the status quo is horrible for america. >> reporter: rubio is a part of the so-called gang of eight that's spent months working out the details. the legislation is expected to tighten border security while providing a path to citizenship for the roughly 11 million people who are here illegally. >> why isn't it tantamount to amnesty? >> first of all, amnesty is the forgiveness of something. in fact there will be consequences for having violated the law. >> reporter: still, opposition was swift with some conservatives saying they won't support legal status for anyone who is not documented. >> they have produced legislation, it appears, that will give amnesty now, legalize everyone that's here effectively today, and then there is a promise of enforcement in the future. >> reporter: the latest nbc news/"wall street journal" poll shows nearly two-thirds of americans favor granting citizenship to tho
>>> good evening. i'm dan ashley. that breaking news is out of texas. there have been at least two explosions at a fertilizer plant in the city of west, texas. 80 miles south of dallas. there have been mass casualties. explosions hit before 8:00 central time. we first broke this story at the 6:00 news. hospitals are treating up to 100 people injured. i have heard reports that as many as 40 of those people have very serious injuries. the injured suffered what doctors call blast injuries. injuries to their legs and arms and cuts and bruises. a hazardous materials team is at the plant. there is an evacuation order for the area which includes a school and nursing home. there are reports the nursing home and apartment complex are on fire. a witness says he saw smoke and then the first explosion and it was like a bomb going off the witness says. right now, first responders are on the scene to treat the injured and deal with the damaged plant. investigators will continue to try to figure out what happened but the immediate priority is to treat the injured and to make sure that they get pe
>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news at 5:00 on monday morning starting a new week after a warm weekend. >> it was. and a warm start to the week. >> thanks for joining us. that is mike nicco with the forecast. >> the summer-like forecast. we will start with how dry it is with live doppler 7 hd not a radar return to be found. we will talk temperatures this afternoon. we are starting in the 50's but we will end up with above average. at the coast it is mild to almost warm by your standards and 68 degrees. inland we will be around 83 to 92. we have quite a string of 90-degree highs. it is the end of april, early may but it will be warm. be prepared. temperatures will run nearly 20 degrees above average. hail law? >> as we look at the maze westbound along 80 to 580 it is clear and quiet but we have a buildup of traffic to the bay bridge. the toll plaza is quiet, and you can see a few scant cars in the westbound direction so not too bad. headed over to the map i will tell you about a report of a crash on westbound 84 it could block a lane but it could have been push
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besser, abc news, hong kong. >> this version of the bird flu is different from the one in previous years because it is not making the bird all that sick. so it is very hard to track. >> right. >> and i heard there are 11 new cases sunday alone. so this is, this is spreading very, very quickly. china by the way is the world's second largest poultry producer behind the u.s. this bird flu is taking a toll on their economy. >> death toll stand at 13. >> scary stuff for sure. moving on now. in texas there is a possible break in the case of who murdered a district attorney along with his wife. prosecutor mike mclelland and his wife cynthia were killed in late march. police arrest aid former justice of the peace, 46-year-old eric lyle williams, he is held on unrelated charges. authorities did search his home friday. will yamz was prosecuted by mclelland last year for stealing three computer monitors. williams was convicted and put on probation. >>> a notorious french gangster on the loose after he pulled off an escape from a high security prison. as abc's lama hasan reports. he clearly had a li
. the church is strapped for cash. >> with this car lot, warren jeffs has given a new order for people to turn their cars into the church, and the church is going to sell them from this car lot. >> reporter: in an investigation by "20/20" last fall, jeffs even ordered young boys to drop out of school to build his multimillion dollar mansion. >> if we build it would melt the bars in his jail he would be released. >> reporter: we called the texas department of corrections. there are people who say he is more powerful behind bars than when he was living in this community. >> if somebody comes in and visits with them and he gives them instructions and they take them back by word of mouth there is nothing we can do to control that. >> reporter: we wondered why people continue to support jeffs? >> i don't have a response. >> reporter: you won't talk to us? no, nothing? you won't even acknowledge i'm here? five years later, loyalty to warren jeffs is still absolute. amy robach, abc news, new york. >> chilling stuff. >> this is a way of life for these people. so we have to be careful what we say here,
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